From 3 of the staff of Games In A Nutshell.com, Games In A NutCast is extremely late and a fresh take on our opinions on games and news in the gaming industry. I hope you enjoy the first podcast, because we sure enjoyed recorded it…and editing it (not). My audio was a little messed up so bear with me. This is our first podcast, so it will not be the quality of one of the big podcasts, but we will get better, we will get better equipment, and we will get funnier. So listen to this podcast and send us some feedback and emails that you would like to be read on air to firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy. Games In A NutCast #1
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We have been talking about doing many things for the site for a while now, such as doing a podcast that features all the staff, and upgrading this blog to a full-fledged site. We haven’t really gone to the extent of doing these things because we are all students and we have work to do. But now the new generation is near! When we hit the 101th post (101th because this one wont count) I will upgrade the site and we will start an official podcast. So I am now challenging my writers to write so much in the next few days, that they catch me off guard and the site not ready at the time, then I will look like a fool, or I’ll just work extra hard to make the site very well made. This is a challenge, Go! Also we are looking into recruiting new people for the upgrade, if you would like to write send a message to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. I am not officially paying anyone yet, but, if we step it up a notch and get recognized as a press site in the next couple of months, then I will look into it. Farewell for now, and expect many posts….hopefully…
Games In A Nutshell is now on Livestream! You can find us here. Well be on every once and a while, we will also notify you if we are doing a live podcast, so you can ask question and chat with cool people.
If you listen to the Joystiq podcast, you may know who the new indie artist, Jon Black, is. For those of you who don’t know him, go here. Jon Black is an extremely good indie artist who loves video games and tours around with his band. Jon made the into song for the Joystiq podcast, which is called Gravity Don’t let me go. Jon Black was inspired to write this song from Justin (podcast member for the joystiq podcast) and Halo Wars. Gravity Don’t Let Me Go is about an experience form an ODST. Jon Black also has a variety of different songs that you can listen to on his website. He is really good, give his music a try, if you like it, contribute to his funds.
The new Games In A Nutshell Podcast in here! We talk about some news(keyword:some, it’s been a slow week). We also talk about downloadable games and how the might effect the video game market. If you have any comments or suggestions, please comment, or email us at email@example.com. Enjoy! http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=152b73b3234fad4d41446e35a78dc463e04e75f6e8ebb871